Nikkei ekes out small gains on big-cap stocks; Sony stumbles on profit warning

TOKYO, May 1 (Reuters) – Japan’s Nikkei eked out modest gains in holiday-thinned trade on Tuesday supported by buying in index-heavy stocks such as Fast Retailing and Fanuc, though Sony tumbled after the company issued a profit warning. The Nikkei ended …
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